Eterna International recently received five pre-approval letters for clients under Ireland’s Immigrant Investor Programme. These successes reflect Eterna’s expertise in facilitating investor immigration to Ireland.
Submitted in mid-2022, the applications were approved in approximately 13 months. Each investor will make a €400,000 endowment to flagship projects like Sensational Kids, Trinity College Dublin’s Old Library, and Partas-The Edge Tallaght Phase 1.
Since 2018, Eterna International has become a leading IIP charity fundraiser. We are a trusted partner of the Trinity College Foundation with exclusive charity quotas. Eterna has also raised significant funds for Brothers of Charity, Focus Ireland, Cystic Fibrosis Ireland, Mayo-Roscommon Hospice, and other top Irish charities.
As a foremost Irish immigration consultancy, we have enabled impactful IIP donations since 2018 by forging strong charity partnerships. Our expertise collaborating with Ireland’s significant non-profits produces rewarding contributions benefitting investors and communities.
These latest pre-approval letters demonstrate our exceptional track record of successfully guiding clients through the Ireland Immigrant Investor Programme. Eterna leverages extensive experience to deliver solutions that meet investor immigration goals while making a positive impact.
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